A Police Officer pulls you over one day states you were driving say 1, 2,3,4,5 miles over the speed limit. The police officer cannot reasonably stop every person who is driving over the speed limit. It is simply not possible. Therefore the Officer selectively enforces the speed limit, not necessarily by choice but by physical limitations of resources, AND then maybe the officer stopped you not necessarily for driving over the speed limit but because you also pulled out in front of them, which forced the Officer to slam on the brakes and spill their coffee. Perhaps the Officer ignores individuals driving 10 miles an hour or more over the speed limit. Perhaps the officer tickets everyone they can who is driving 1 mile or more over the speed limit. When the Officer is writing your ticket for 1 MPH over there are individuals driving by the traffic stop at the speed of light but they are not receiving a ticket. WHAT GIVES!